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Crawl a site to find 404, 301, 302, 500, etc responses
# Crawl a site's public urls to produce a csv list of urls and response codes
# This could be reduced into a single command, but I find it helpful to have a list of all urls.
# overview: crawl the site to add one url per line in a text file.
# NOTE: this must run and complete first.
# wget mirror's the site (including static files)
# grep files the line with the url on it.
# awk grabs the 3rd item (separated by spaces) and writes to urls.txt
wget --mirror -p https://domain.com/ 2>&1 | grep '^--' | awk '{ print $3 }' > urls.txt
# overview: given a file with one url per line, output a csv with urls and response codes.
# cat read the file
# xargs executes a command for each new line.
# - P 10 sets 10 parallel processes.
# - User agent matches Google's bots.
# - Only read the head.
# - Replace the write out with our own. Check out the available variables: https://ec.haxx.se/usingcurl-verbose.html#available---write-out-variables
# tee outputs piped content to a file. Same as >>
cat urls.txt | xargs -P 10 curl --user-agent "Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Googlebot/2.1; +http://www.google.com/bot.html)" -o /dev/null --silent --head --write-out '%{url_effective};%{http_code};\n' | tee tested-urls.csv
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